Monday, March 21, 2016

Possible MH370 debris from Mozambique brought to Australia

Sydney/Kuala Lumpur: Two pieces of plane debris found in Mozambique have been brought to Australia, where experts will determine whether they are from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that disappeared mysteriously over two years ago over the Indian Ocean.
The Boeing 777 jetliner vanished from radar screens on March 8, 2014 with 239 people, including five Indians onboard.After years of searches and questions, a South African teenager and an American lawyer recently found debris on separate occasions off the Mozambique coast, renewing hopes of solving the major aviation mystery.
Investigators will start examining the pieces tomorrow to establish whether they are from MH370.
"The examination process is to commence on March 21 and with the assistance of the experts' team, we hope to have results of the debris examination as soon as possible," Malaysia's transport ministry said in a statement in Kuala Lumpur.
Analysis of the debris will be done by Malaysian and Australian investigators, together with engineers from Boeing, the plane's manufacturer.
20/03/16 PTI/Times of India

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